An evening of Polish folk music with Trebunie Tutki


Ms Małgorzata Tańska, Director, Polish Institute New Delhi cordially invites you to celebrations of the 100 Year Anniversary of Poland’s regaining of Independence.

Join us to experience heart-warming and foot-tapping Polish folk music from Trebunie Tutki, one of Poland’s most popular folk bands. Enjoy Polish delicacies like Pierogies, cakes, and other sweetmeats!

Entry Free!

13 November 2018 (Tuesday) at 7.00 PM

Venue: Little Theatre Group Auditorium, Mandi House, 1, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi – 110001


Trebunie Tutki is an extremely popular folk group from Poland. It is a family of musicians originating from Bialy Dunajec, near the southern Polish mountain resort town of Zakopane. The group is faithful to the regional Highlander style, using traditional instruments, texts and melodies to describe the contemporary life of the Highlanders. Original instruments such as the shepherds’ flutes and pipes; koza – a local bagpipe; róg – the wooden horn; sheep bells; Basy – three-stringed Podhale fiddle bass; as well as the traditional wyskanie – glissando of the woman’s voice, shepherds’ calls, and whistling play a very important role in Polish folk music.